Sports Briefs: 6-30


Welch places second at U.S. Juniors
EUGENE, Ore. – Justin Welch, from Eastwood High School, placed second in the hammer throw at the USATF
Junior Track and Field Championships this weekend.
Welch’s final throw went a distance of 66 meters, nine meters behind the first-place finisher.
Welch’s second-place finish qualifies him to compete in the Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
in Port of Spain, Trinidad beginning July 31.
Powers shoots 76
SYLVANIA – Caroline Powers, a 2009 graduate of Bowling Green High School, shot 76 Monday at Sylvania
Country Club in an effort to qualify for the Jamie Farr LPGA tournament this week at Highland Meadows.

Two golfers advanced from the qualifier after shooting 69.
Powers will attend Michigan State this fall.
Baumbarger golf outing set
WATERVILLE – The annual Bradley Baumbarger golf outing is July 19 starting at 1 p.m. at Fallen Timbers
Golf Course.
The cost is $200 per team and proceeds benefit the Otsego boys and girls golf teams. The entry fee
includes 18 holes of golf, cart, chicken dinner, beverages and prizes. Dinner only tickets are $15.
The deadline for entry is July 10.
For more information contact Mike Pollick Jr. (419) 308-4610 or Cindy Baumbarger (419) 669-3354.
Ohio Sting finish second
WESTERVILLE – The Ohio Sting, a Bowling Green-area 16-U travel softball team, was second in the
Westerville Warcat Invitational softball tournament recently. Ohio Sting’s only lose was in the
championship game to the Ohio Stingrays.
Team members are: Samantha Ayer, Stephanie Barringer, Kaitlyn Baumer, Amy Cress, Katie Crow, Abby Harris,
Abbie Joy, Kara Maxey, Natalie Maxey, Kendal Moses, Allie Smith, Sammi Smith and Hayley Williford. The
head coach is Jim Cress while Dave Baumer, Steve Maxey and Joe Williford are the assistant coaches.
Reimold has one hit
BALTIMORE – Nolan Reimold, from Bowling Green State University, was 1-for-4 fro Baltimore in a 4-0 loss
to Boston Monday. He is hitting .285 for the Orioles.

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